Planning a wedding can be one of the most exciting and stressful times of your life. You finally found your soulmate and have made the commitment to tie the knot and spend the rest of your lives together.
Money sense usually doesn’t come naturally. You have to learn it. And if you pass or delay on this opportunity to teach kids about money early on, they could find themselves already in a hole later in life.
There are some things that aren’t easy to talk about, and money is often at the top of that list. Discussing money and finances can especially be a landmine topic in relationships, as it can take quite some time for two people to learn how to share their life… and finances.
As the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s Eve, we not only pop the champagne to celebrate the close of one year, but also the excitement of beginning the next.
Remember that quote from Benjamin Franklin, “A penny saved is a penny earned?” Although that message has received some controversy over the years, the principle behind the intention still holds true: small savings can really add up to big money over the long run.
Back in grade school, we were required to read books, which was often followed by that hefty book report that made you (and perhaps some other family members) lose some sleep the night before it was due.
What’s in store for your next adventure? You may be saving up your vacation budget and days off for that big trip to Europe or the next big destination family retreat, but have you ever considered just packing up your car and hitting the road?